By Patrick MorrisoN IN late summer 2013, I returned to play for Armagh Harps after a four-year sabbatical. Before then I had been utilised as a midfield or full-forward type player but for a number of reasons I had decided to step away from the game. Once I returned, I had been asked to provide […]
Canavan takes charge at Armagh Harps
PASCAL Canavan has taken over as manager of Armagh Harps, who won the Division 1A league this season and replaces Benny O’Kane. The Harps were crowned league champions, for the first time since 1991, but had an underwhelming championship campaign. For the second year in a row, they were ousted by Maghery, with three-points the […]
PATRICK MORRISON: Self taught is best taught
HELPING Kilcoo win their 20th Down senior football title at the weekend was something extra special for me. This is because Saturday, October 15 arked the fifth anniversary of my own sole senior championship medal with Armagh Harps back in 2017. This was also my club’s 21st title so the similarities were there. All weekend […]
Club Focus: Those mighty Armagh Harps
Orchard club’s success continues to grow on and off the pitch
Ulster Championship in Ladies football and Antrim Camogie
See the previews of this weekend’s Camogie and Ladies football action.
McElroy: Armagh Harps have the bottle
ARMAGH Harps ace Joe McElroy believes that Sunday’s Armagh final win over Maghery was the perfect answer to claims that they didn’t have the courage to lift the Gerry Fagan Cup. It was the side’s third final in four years, but hammerings at the hands of Crossmaglen in 2014 and ’15 led to some questioning […]
Armagh final: A statistical breakdown
MAGHERY and Armagh Harps battle it out for the Gerry Fagan Cup this Sunday and BMAC Performance Analysis have produced a statistical view.
Maghery boss predicting exciting finale
Maghery’s Shane McConville said the Armagh Championship is much closer.